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Now he tells us: Newt Says Trump Is ‘Unacceptable’

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Newt Gingrich famously said this week that Donald Trump reminded him of Jack Kemp. Rich Lowry responds, without mentioning Gingrich’s fatuous statement, that Marco Rubio is the true heir of Jack Kemp, and Lowry is completely right. Why is this … Continue reading

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Can A Social Conservative Win The Swing States In 2016?

Conventional wisdom holds that in order for a Republican presidential candidate to do well in the swing states, he/she must be soft on social issues. But is this true? In fact, there is some evidence that the opposite is the … Continue reading

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Newt Gingrich: The Last Candidate With Big Ideas

This made me laugh. (H/t Newt Gingrich Judges You) Related articles Newt Gingrich Bit By Angry Penguin (lonelyconservative.com) FEC Reports: Gingrich Campaign Ended March With More Than $4.3 Million Debt UPDATE: ‘State of Confusion’ Over Gingrich’s North Carolina Schedule (theothermccain.com)

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Santorum Leaves the Presidential Race

Rick Santorum has suspended his presidential campaign, conceding the race to Mitt Romney. Realistically, he did not have a chance to get the nomination. However, there were reasons–often spelled out in this blog–for continuing to fight all the way to … Continue reading

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I’m Pro-Life, And I’m Tired of Being Taken For Granted

Much has been made of Rick Santorum’s off-the-cuff comment today that we might be better off with Obama than with Mitt Romney: You win by giving people the opportunity to see a different vision for our country, not someone who’s … Continue reading

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Romney’s Weakness in Red and Purple States

My post the other day about the poll showing Rick Santorum ahead of both Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, and Obama ahead of Romney, in North Carolina, Virginia, Ohio, and Florida needs some refinement. If we eliminate the states which … Continue reading

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